What is Glumida? Glumida (Acarbose) is a glucosidase inhibitor used to treat diabetes mellitus (sugar diabetes). Your pharmacist may know of alternate uses for Glumida (Acarbose). More information about Glumida...
What is Generic Glumida?
Generic Glumida, like all generics, is the name given to the
prescription Acarbose medication manufactured by any company other than the
original inventor of Glumida. The only true difference between brand name Glumida
and generic Glumida is that generic Glumida is always less expensive.
Other common names: Acarbosa, Acarbosum, Akarbos, Diabose, Glucobay, Prandase, Precose, Sincrosa, Acarbose (generic name).
Generic Glumida , Glucobay, and Rebose are at Freedom Pharmacy
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|Diabose||25 mg||100 tablets||$82.78||Order|
|Diabose||50 mg||100 tablets||$105.46||Order|
|Diabose||50 mg||200 tablets||$163.10||Order|
|Glucobay||25 mg||120 tablets||$91.25||Order|
|Glucobay||50 mg||90 tablets||$85.12||Order|
|Glucobay||100 mg||90 tablets||$101.23||Order|
|Rebose||25 mg||50 tablets||$56.57||Order|
Generic Glumida made by Tarbis Farma and Tecnimede Espa˝a, Acarbose manufactured by Aliud Pharma and Stadapharm, and Glucobay produced by Cc-Pharma are at Goldpharma
|Acarbosa||50 mg||100 tablets||$25.93||Order|
|Acarbosa||100 mg||100 tablets||$32.87||Order|
|Acarbose||50 mg||21 tablets||$30.48||Order|
|Acarbose||50 mg||105 tablets||$54.71||Order|
|Acarbose||50 mg||120 tablets||$60.40||Order|
|Acarbose||100 mg||105 tablets||$63.32||Order|
|Acarbose||100 mg||120 tablets||$68.51||Order|
|Glucobay||50 mg||30 tablets||$6.01||Order|
|Glucobay||100 mg||21 tablets||$32.35||Order|
|Glucobay||100 mg||30 tablets||$7.38||Order|
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Dr. Ogbru received his Doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of the Pacific School of Pharmacy in 1995. He completed a Pharmacy Practice Residency at the University of Arizona/University Medical Center in 1996. He was a Professor of Pharmacy Practice and a Regional Clerkship Coordinator for the University of the Pacific School of Pharmacy from 1996-99.
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